Tamera Reid Bush - Research in Human Body Mechanics

Tamara Reid Bush conducts in vivo experimentation, methods development, and modeling to better understand clinically motivated problems connected with human movement and force generation. Specifically she is researching tissue damage due to external loading, the effects of blood flow and perfusion on the skin and surrounding tissues, hand kinematics and force generation, and cervical spine dysfunction.
Collaborators of Dr. Bush:
Ronald Meyer, Radiology and Physiology
Robert Wiseman, Radiology and Physiology Tamara Reid Bush's research in human body mechanics: hand function
Laura Bix, Packaging
Gwen Wyatt, Nursing
Joseph Vorro, Osteopathic Medicine
Lisa DeStefano, Osteopathic Medicine
Tim Francisco, Osteopathic Medicine
Sherman Gorbis, Osteopathic Medicine
Clare Luz, Human Medicine
Mingfei Li, Statistics - Bentley University
Alla Sikorskii, Statistics
Seungik Baek, Mechanical Engineering
Ranjan Mukherjee, Mechanical Engineering
Brian Feeny, Mechanical Engineering
Alex Diaz, Mechanical Engineering
Gordy Alderink, Physical Therapy and Biomechanics, Grand Valley State University, Grand Rapids, MI
Michael Seffinger, Pacific College of Osteopathic Medicine, Western University, Pomona, CA

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